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Peru
Paddington’s not the only treasure to have burst forth from deepest, darkest Peru. Machu Picchu, the Inca wonders of the Sacred Valley, and the mysterious Nazca Lines geoglyphs reveal the first layers of the country’s ancient civilisations, complementing the country’s rich natural history.
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Train journeys
Looking hard at the Peruvian landscape, in particular the Andean peaks, makes you realise that the country’s early railway engineers were masterful, mad, or both. You can explore Peru on two particularly scenic train routes, from Puno to Cusco, and along the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu.
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Peru's mighty condors
The Andean condor is larger and heavier than any other bird in the skies. Its wingspan can exceed 3 meters, so it takes off like a small aircraft, and when it flies close overhead you’ll notice both the draft and the shadow and the sound.
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Uros floating islands
Lake Titicaca is the largest lake in South America, and the highest navigable lake in the world. It is an area of champagne air and outstanding natural beauty, but one of its greatest attractions is a manmade curiosity: the floating islands of Uros.
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Inca trails
In Europe it’s said, all roads lead to Rome, but in Peru, the same is true of Machu Picchu. The Inca road system running through the Andes was the most extensive and sophisticated in South America, totalling some 40,000 km. We can take you in the footsteps of Incas opening the landscapes and cult...
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Delfin Amazon River Cruises
Travel deep into the Peruvian Amazon and explore one of the world’s largest flooded forests -- the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. On board a Delfin Amazon River Cruise, you can experience the adventure of the Amazon, yet still be assured comfort cuisine and charming service.
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Ancient civilisations
When we talk about ancient civilisations in Peru, Machu Picchu is the name on everyone’s lips. But it’s by no means the only site of great historic significance, and many of the others pre date the rise of the Inca civilisation.
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Adventures in the Sacred Valley
The Inca’s Sacred Valley is the gateway to Cusco and Machu Picchu. This is Peru’s cultural heartland, dotted with ancient ruins and colourful Andean villages, but it is also a territory well suited to family adventures, from hikes to bikes to horseback rides.